UNICOM Global Develops Universal Gateway

UNICOM Global introduces its Universal Gateway (UniGW), a management dashboard designed to provide real-time insights into operational business performance. UniGW aggregates core metrics from multiple data sources, applications and technology platforms to provide executives with an organizational view of system health, and acts as a modernizing ‘gateway’ by providing drill-down web and mobile access to traditional systems tools and legacy applications.

 

The first generation of UniGW® received a positive reception at the UNICOM Global Leadership Through Technology Summit at UNICOM Technology Park I & II in Chantilly Virginia, attended by executives from the Federal, State, Local and Educational sectors. With its open design approach using web services APIs and z/OS connectors, UniGW is an extensible architecture paramount to support the swift technology changes of today. Developed without J2EE middleware and HTML 5 enabled, UniGW also provides the foundation for line of business views of an organization. The use of UNICOM’s innovative mobile development framework, UX4, provides an enhanced user experience and interface.

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UNICOM’s UniGW solution is integral to strategic decision making, correlating the massive amount of data erupting with new technologies such as big data, video analysis, IBM Watson, Artificial Intelligence, and the Internet of Things (“IoT”).

 

For more details, visit http://www.unicomglobal.com

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